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Explosions in occupied Sevastopol: Russians report 'training'

Explosions in occupied Sevastopol: Russians report 'training' Illustrative photo (Getty Images)
Author: Maria Kholina

Explosions were heard on the morning of November 29 in the temporarily occupied Sevastopol, Crimea. Russians claim that it's just "training," according to Crimea.Realities.

As reported, at least five explosions were heard in Sevastopol. No air raid alarm was declared in the city.

At the same time, pro-Russian Telegram channels write about "training."

Explosions in Crimea

After the start of the full-scale Russian invasion of Ukraine, explosions have been occurring regularly in various cities of the occupied Crimea, related to drone and missile strikes on the locations of the occupiers, vehicle parks, and more.

In particular, Russia claimed a massive drone attack on the temporarily occupied Crimea on the night of November 24. At that time, a Russian military unit in the city of Dzhankoi was affected, as well as air defense systems, radars, and the personnel of the occupiers.

On November 23, explosions and machine gun fire were heard in Novofedorivka in the Saky district of Crimea.

Also, on November 21, a series of explosions occurred in Sevastopol. Witnesses reported the first explosion in the central part of the city around 12:15 PM, with another one following after that. Despite no air raid alarm being declared in the city, at least five more explosions were heard later.